no, emtiem meant, that the BMW seems to have the long wheelbase and therefore has the elongated rear doors. The car is longer than the normal version and is indicated by the "L" in the type 750 iL (stands for Langer Radstand = long wheelbase)
I have been there when shooting took place (as an extra) and there have been around 8 similar BMW 750 iL, all with long wheelbase (but not all cars had the 5,0 litres engine, most of them had the cheaper 3,5 litres engine, which would have better called them 735)
Aston Martin DBS wrote:
Does anyone else think that it's strange that we're getting so many DB5's in the collection and that we're being a little short changed???
On one hand it will look like many of the same model, (until you look closer at the collection as a whole, but then again the DB5 has featured in several guises in several different films. Not only that but it is the most strongly linked with 007.
Still at least when I've got them all I can put the Thunderball Mustang between the Goldfinger DB's and the one from Thunderball - or else we'd have 3 DB5's in a row!
DID THE SUNBEAM HAVE CHANGING NUMBERPLATES,. AS IN THE FILM ITS Z8301 BUT ON THE MODEL ITS 330 KL33, AS IT SHOWS ON PAGE 1 & 2 OF THE BOOK WITH THE MODEL
anyone notice on page 3 of issue 17's magazine where the pictures of the Sunbeam are, it says "with issue 18 collect your scale model of the Sunbeam Alpine in action"?
someone was asleep while typing or proof-reading...